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Al Jazeera America
Jan 30, 2014 4:00am EST
quote committee warned that he is a threat to this nation's security.
Al Jazeera America
Jan 26, 2014 4:00pm EST
quote .s. is engaged in economic spying. if there's information at seem earnings that is beneficial to the national trucks not the national security -- trucks not the national security of the united states, they'll go after that information and take it. >> it was held in an undisclosed location. a russian law-maker says russia
FOX
Jan 19, 2014 11:00pm PST
quote we saw him in normandy. and now the curtain finally falls. >> we meant to change a nation and instead we changed the world. >> reporter: as he said, parting is such sweet sorrow. for him the sweet was returning to california and the sorrow
Al Jazeera America
Jan 26, 2014 4:00pm EST
quote >> a lot has changed. >> edward snowden says national security is not the n.s.a.'s only purpose. and in a recent interview airing today he says the n.s.a. collect data to help u.s. corporations. >> reporter: does the n.s.a. spy on siemens, on other successful german company, for example, to prevail, to have the advantage of what was going on in the skin tisk world. >> i don't want to pre-empt journalists, but there's no question the u.s. is engaged in economic spying. if there's information at seem earnings that is beneficial to the national trucks not the national security -- trucks not the national security of the united states, they'll go after that information and take it. >> it was held in an undisclosed location. a russian law-maker says russia
CSPAN
Jan 17, 2014 12:00pm EST
quote community that unless there is a compelling national security purpose, we will not monitor the communications of heads of state and government of our close friends and allies. i've instructed my national security team come as well as the intelligence community, to work with foreign counterparts to deepen our coronation and cooperation in ways that we build trust going forward. clear -- our intelligence agencies will continue to gather information about the intentions of governments. in the same way that the intelligence services of every other nation does. we will not apologize to believe because our services may be more effective. heads of state and government whom we work closely
PBS
Jan 15, 2014 6:00pm PST
quote >> thank you. >> ifill: since at least 2008, the national security agency has been using secret technology to hack into and take control of computers not connected to the internet. these revelations come from the trove of documents leaked by former n.s.a contractor edward snowden. late today the n.s.a said in a statement,
CSPAN
Jan 29, 2014 8:00pm EST
quote . this has caused great damage to our national security. >> you would agree that it puts at risk essentially the lives of our? -- troops? >> yes. but thank you.
Al Jazeera America
Jan 30, 2014 4:00am EST
quote important national conversation about government intrusion and surveillance, a conversation that resulted in promises of new eyes on the watchers. >> i will reform our surveillance programs because the vital work of intelligence depends on public confidence here and abroad. the privacy of ordinarily people is not violated. >> it will take a lot to convince some people of that. as legislators that nom snated
CNN
Jan 22, 2014 2:00pm PST
quote it up on the screen, he also told you this -- he said, no one has credibly shown any harm to national security. the president himself admitted both that changes are necessary and that he is certain the debate my actions started will make us stronger. although the president in that long interview in your magazine did say there was major damage to national security. >> he basically said that there was more damage than good that came out of it. but he has, as mr. snowden is saying, said that it has provoked a debate that has been useful in this country. and what snowden said to me was, i've brought the american public to the table. and he also said, if in fact he's smeared and his reputation is ruined, he said, if i end up in a ditch at the end of the day and reform comes out of this, it
CSPAN
Jan 29, 2014 8:00pm EST
quote motives or legal standing. or on the supreme irony associated with his choice of freedom loving nations and beacons of free expression from what an rail about orwellian state he thinks this has become.
Al Jazeera America
Jan 30, 2014 4:00am EST
quote , that he sold secrets to a foreign government. >> edward snowden started an important national conversation about government intrusion and surveillance, a conversation that resulted in promises of new
CNN
Jan 23, 2014 1:00am PST
quote senator ron wyden and director of national intelligence james clapper. >> what i wanted to see is if you could give me a yes-or-no answer to the question does the nsa collect any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of americans? >> no, sir. >> it does not? >> not wittingly. there are cases where they could -- >> again, when the facts finally came to light, we learned that statement by director clapper was not true, it was false. this time, with the latest allegation, we're still waiting for facts.
CSPAN
Jan 29, 2014 8:00pm EST
quote , which as senator rockefeller pointed out, the president has discussed, we want to weigh national security concerns and importance of the program against privacy and rights concerns from the public. there is large amounts of telephonic data in the government podcast. is the program effective? does it make a difference? is it a good tool?
PBS
Jan 15, 2014 6:00pm PST
quote and those intelligence priorities are decided not only by the director of national intel against but also in the white house by the president. >> now the intelligence
MSNBC
Jan 19, 2014 11:00am PST
quote restrictions on access to domestic can phone records collected by the national security agency, but the changes he announced will allow it to continue or expand the collection of personal data from billions of people around the world, americans and foreign citizens alike." that doesn't seem like a lot of privacy protection. >> well, i would disagree with mr. gellman. i think that what the president has said is that he wanted to maintain the capability of the
CSPAN
Jan 17, 2014 12:00pm EST
quote of defending personal privacy and human dignity. as the nation that developed the internet, the world expects us to ensure that the digital revolution works as a tool for individual empowerment, not government control. having faced down the dangers of fascism and communism, the world expects us to stand up to the principal -- for the principle that every person has the right to think and form becauseships freely individual freedom is the wellspring of human progress. those valleys make us who we are. -- those values make us who we are. we should not shy away from high expectations.
ABC
Jan 19, 2014 12:00pm PST
many call it the crown jewel of the national park system. and there is a good reason why. this alpine paradise is filled with stunning scenes of mother nature at her best. while much of the scenes are easily accessible by car most visitors never see the real magic on its amazing network of trails. get ready to explore glacier national park in montana coming up next on motion. ♪ were in one of the most beautiful places we've visited on the show glacier national park in montana. glacier become america 10th national park in 1910 and borders the canadian provinces of british columbia and alberta. the national park covers some of the most pristine habitat found anywhere on earth. on average about two million people per year visit glacier national park, but only a small percentage leave their cars to explore their emerald green lakes, alpine hillsides, and see glaciers incredible wild life up close. today were going to show you why this is so much more than a drie through park, by showing you some hikes that anyone could do even if you only have a little time and with a littl
CSPAN
Jan 29, 2014 8:00pm EST
quote fact is that our national security interest do not change just because public opinion on the issue is fluctuating. metadata is not a private sector responsibility.
Al Jazeera America
Jan 17, 2014 4:00pm EST
quote , the director much national intelligence told us oath and in front of the senate, we are not collecting any sort of data on hundreds of millions of americans. >> that was a lie and i think there is every reason to believe they are lying now. >> mr. elsberg, we appreciate your time. thanks for talking to us.
CSPAN
Jan 29, 2014 8:00pm EST
quote . the nation is less safe. what he has stolen and exposed has gone way beyond his professed concerns with so- called domestic surveillance programs. as a result we have lost critical foreign intelligence collection sources including some shared by us -- with us by valued partners. terrorists are going to school on u.s. intelligence sources and tradecraft and the insights they are getting or making our job much harder. this includes putting the lives of members or assets of the intelligence community at risk as well as our armed forces, diplomats, and citizens. we are beginning to see changes in the communications behaviors of adversaries. particularly terrorists. and then -- a disturbing trend which i anticipate will continue. hislaims he has won and
CSPAN
Jan 12, 2014 5:02pm EST
looking at us as a nation. they are saying, i can't believe you're just sitting on the resources that you have. that is a good question. as i mentioned in my comments, we have u.s. agencies and institutions that are helping finance energy infrastructure projects in other countries. why aren't we making that investment in ourselves? >> i think we have time for two quick questions. then we will go to this lady. >> thank you for a thought- provoking report. you mentioned the international dimension. it wasn't one of the three forums for reform that you mentioned. the agencies, the executive branch and congress. do you anticipate international negotiation that could provoke a discussion of exports? >> do i anticipate it? certainly. everybody is talking about it. whether it is moscow or budapest, they are talking about what is happening in that country. is that going to prompt conversations that will be part of negotiations? and whether or not export restrictions or limitations, inviting the debbie t o rule -- wto rule? these conversations are happening with or without us. >> thank you, senato
CSPAN
Jan 19, 2014 11:00am EST
the director of national intelligence and consultation with the attorney general will annually review for the purposes of declassification any future opinions of the court with broad privacy implications. they will report to me and to congress on these efforts. to ensure that the court hears a broader range of privacy perspectives i am also calling on congress to authorize the establishment of a panel of advocates from outside government to provide an independent voice in significant cases before foreign intelligence surveillance court. third, we will provide additional perfections for activities conducted under section 702, which allows the government to intercept the communication of foreign targets overseas who have information that is important for national security. specifically, i'm asking the attorney general and dni to institute reforms that place additional restrictions on government's ability to retain, search, and use in criminal cases, communications between american citizens incidentally collected under section 702. in investigating threats, the fbi also relies on what is
CSPAN
Jan 4, 2014 7:00pm EST
to the new america foundation. i'm peter bergen. i run the national security program here. it's with a lot of pleasure that we goat welcome mike allen to talk about his new book. >> thank you. >> and he's had a distinguished career, most recently in the government as chief staff on the house intelligence committee. he sent seven years in -- at the national security council and the george w. bush administration. he managed to writ book and have two young sons and set up a very successful new business. all in the space -- and continuing working on the hill at the same time. so very impressive. [inaudible] mike agreed to speak about the stories in his book for about a half an hour and i'll engage in him q & a and let him answer your questions. >> very good. >> mike? >> go ahead. >> i'll take the podium, if that's okay. i think you can do without that, yeah? [laughter] i want to thank the new america foundation for having me today. especially peter for the invitation. thank you for coming out in the rain to hear a little bit about my book "blinking red." i look forward to q & a about other pre
CSPAN
Jan 12, 2014 8:13am EST
afternoon. welcome to the american foundation. on the national security program here. it is with a lot of pleasure that we get to welcome mike allen to talk about his new book, "blinking red." mike has had a distinguished career. most recently in the government as chief of staff to the intelligence committee in various senior positions at the national security council in the bush administration. i have two young sons at the very successful new business. all of the state's continuing work the hill at the same time. so very impressive. mike has agreed to speak about the big themes, stories in this book for about half an hour and then throw it open to real questions. >> very good. thank you. this >> i want to thank to know america foundation for having me today. especially peter for the invitation. thank you all for coming out in the rain to hear about my book, "blinking red." i look forward to q&a about other pressing intelligence community topics. "blinking red" is an attempt to make the authoritative object is history of the most substantial restructuring of the u.s. intelligence commu
CSPAN
Jan 20, 2014 4:14pm EST
the innovative nations, and there are nations that are ready to do that. stem education and programs like first are absolutely key for us as what type of nation we are going to be in the next 5, 10, 20 years. i want to make sure we are continuing on that forefront, that we are the nation that every other nation is looking to, how does america do it, rather than falling behind. you, and i appreciate and you letting me sit in today. i'm here today visibly because two of the students are from counties i represent them and i feel very proud of the work we are trying to do in our school systems to enable this kind of learning. i am sure he is, from -- i'm curious, from each of you, what aspects of your academic curricula during the school day contribute, and how does it contribute to what you are doing in your club activities? think definitely that it is a stem activity at heart, and my physics churchland, everything i do in chemistry, all these are things have helped me in understanding what goes on. i think that some of the advanced classes i've taken have helped me stand -- helped me understand w
CSPAN
Jan 19, 2014 5:55am EST
governors are currently the chair and vice chair of the national governors association. their remarks and q&a run an hour. >> good morning. i want to thank you for coming to our annual state of the state address by the national governors association. it is my privilege to serve not only as governor of the state of oklahoma, but the national state of governors chair. joining me today is the governor of colorado, governor john hickenlooper. governor, welcome. [applause] as governors, we have to make government work. we do not have the luxury inaction. we have to lead our states while still balancing our budget. we are now midway through the the 113th congress and governors are frustrated. we are doing our part as governors to create jobs and address the challenges facing our states. but we also believe that now it's time for our federal partners to do their part and to take action. at the nga, we call this partner said flexible federalism. it is a willingness to give states fox ability to improve programs and policies and to support them in those efforts. for example, governors have
Al Jazeera America
Jan 17, 2014 11:30am EST
program. going forward, i'm directing the director of national intelligence in consultation with the attorney general to annually review for the purposes of declassification any future opinions of the court, with broad privacy implications. and to report to me, and to congress, on these efforts. to ensure that the court hears a broader range of privacy perspectives, i'm also calling on congress to authorize the establishment of a panel of advocates from outside government to provide an independent voice in significant cases before the foreign intelligence surveillance court. third: we will provide additional protections for activities conducted under section 702 which allows the government to intercept the communications of foreign targets overseas who have information that's important for our national security. specifically, i'm asking the attorney general and dni to institute reforms that place additional restrictions on government's ability to retain, search and use in criminal cases communications between americans and foreign citizens incidentally conducted under secti
LINKTV
Jan 27, 2014 2:00pm PST
of alaskan land as national parks and wilderness areas. why did congress make that decision? how much did it cost the nation? in 1867, when the united states purchased the territory of alaska from russia, the acquisition was derided as wasted money. a century later, after two gold rushes, alaska braced for another. the new gold was oil. millions of barrels lay beneath the permafrost. during the 1970s, when the skyrocketing price of foreign oil threatened to devastate the american economy, alaskan oil seemed to promise hope for american energy independence. then along came 1979. revolutionary shock waves spread through islamic nations. iran cut off petroleum exports to the united states. america felt it was held hostage by dependence on foreign oil. as the price of a gallon of gas passed a dollar, congress debated closing off 100 million alaskan acres to mineral exploitation. the bill would double our national park system. alaska congressman don young was outraged. how selfish and ridiculous can we be when we think we can live within ourselves? we have billions of people in asia alone, sou
NBC
Jan 19, 2014 8:00am PST
quote taken with him and we believe now is in the hands of nation states. >> what help did he have? who helped him do you think in is. >> well, there were certain questions we have to get answered where a, first of all if it was a privacy concern he had, he didn't look for information on the privacy side for americans. he was stealing information that had to do information to do with information how we deal to keep americans safe. some of the things he did were beyond his technical responsibilities raises more questions. how he arranged travel before he left, how he was ready to go. he had a go bag, if you will and how he accessed. >> what high level do you think? >> let me just say this. i believe there's a reason did he hand ended up in the arms of an fsb agent in moscow. i don't think that's a coincidence. >> you think the russians helped ed snowden? >> i believe there's questions to be answer there had. i don't think it was agee whiz luck event that he ended up in
MSNBC
Jan 19, 2014 11:00am PST
quote incredibly harmed by the data that he has taken with him and we believe now is in the hands of nation states. >> what help did he have? who helped him, do you think? >> well, there were certain questions we have to get answered where "a," first of all if it was a privacy concern he had, he didn't look for information on the privacy side for americans. he was stealing information that had to do with how we operate and deal to deep americans safe. some of the things he did were beyond his technical responsibilities raises more
Al Jazeera America
Jan 17, 2014 11:00am EST
to speak this morning. worldwide concerns about how the national security administration does business. it's following months of reports that the nsa spies on its allies and collects data worldwide including on americans. national security protecting this country from another terrorist attack. mike is at the white house, and have you been given any insight as to what the president will say? >> there have been rules on the briefing, and we can't talk about the details, it's embargoed in the parl wants of washington, but the thing that you need to look at, the metadata collection, the most controversial one from edward snowden, that came through the course of last year. what will he do about it? we know that his own administration came back with they hold the data itself. but not going forward. we know it's not enough for many advocates, many civil libertarians in this country, and where will the president go on that? where will he go with the so-called national security letters issued by the fbi to the communications companies requesting information without any sort of judicial review? will
ABC
Jan 6, 2014 6:00pm EST
cancellations that we have seen in months. so many passengers made it to reagan national airport today only to find out they would have to come back another day. >> a 40 below windchill. >> he is trying to return to lima, peru after spending the holidays here. his flight was so delayed and it had a domino effect. >> they change my flight and so now i am playing tomorrow. >> this was her second day at terminal a and national. she, too, is trying to return home, this time to seattle. because --ing now >> the jetblue counter was the focus of frustration today. operations suspended at boston and new york house and that resulted in all the flights out of the sea going nowhere. going nowhere. jetblue is not alone. more than 5000 flights have been canceled in the u.s. today alone. it has forced many to go to extreme measures to get to their destinations. he opted to skip his chicago flight and drove to milwaukee in order to get to d.c. >> i have seen people complaining about being delayed for 36 hours to trying to get to the east coast. i spoke with representatives of all the major airlines today.
Al Jazeera America
Jan 30, 2014 5:00pm EST
stranded for hours the national guard is helping people to get back to their abandon cowers today. tony harris inside story is next on al jazeera america. wharves., ii'm ray in a hearing before the senate intelligence committee the country's intelligence chief, james clapper, made his first public acknowledgement that his agency in his view doesn't need a court order to get location information from cell phones. he defended the widespread collection of data and it's continued usefulness and called on edward snowden to give back what he took last year. little by little americans are learning more about what their government has been up to around the world, and at home. flapper had plenty to say about the value of what was taken and the man who took it. what i do want to speak to, as a nation senior intelligence offer, is the profound damage that his disclosures continue that us ca. the director of national intelligence james clapper appeared before the senate yesterday. what snowden has stolen and exposed has gone way way beyond his professed concerns. as a result, we have lost foreign s
CSPAN
Jan 19, 2014 10:30am EST
the funding. thank you very much for being on "newsmakers." ♪ [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2014] president obama speech from friday proposing changes to the nsa government surveillance program. then mike leigh, al franken, and ted cruz discuss the program during a hearing. then chris christie state of the state address. he testifies on implementing the federal health care law. >> 300 years ago, the first pioneers crossed the oceans to a new world. a promise of a land will be located built his own house, raise the children in peace. yet in one of the great river valleys, something went wrong. three centuries later, the descendents of the pioneers were a neglected people living in a real and land. hope and the promise were dead for these children. this is one of the early projects. it was in the concept that have under consideration for some years before franklin roosevelt became president. noris was looking to help improve the quality of life in the tennessee river valley to bring flood control two generations. im
CSPAN
Jan 17, 2014 10:00am EST
to government surveillance programs , specifically from the national security agency. he will speak at the justice department, and you can see that live right here on c-span at 11:00 eastern. later this afternoon, the brookings institution hosted a discussion on the president's remarks with a former cia analyst and bush -- british defense official could we will have that live at 2:00 p.m., also here on c-span. we got a preview of the president's speech earlier today. let's take a look. grid what should we expect to hear from the president? guest: host: we are here with -- is that the president will breach the spirit of reform while only making minor, incremental changes. biggeriving the decisions back to congress. host: what are those incremental decisions? guest: he could place new limits on the collection of phone data. that was the most controversial program. that would be around the edges. he will not shift the collection of this data to telecoms. he will introduce new privacy protections. course, another one of the most controversial revelations from snowden was that we got a -
LINKTV
Jan 10, 2014 2:00pm PST
's nuclear activities. >> a united nations spokesperson says reports that a deal had been finalized were, however, an accurate. outstanding issues include timeline and verification. the european union deals directly with iran on behalf of the u.s. and other major world powers. for more, we're joined live in the studio by our middle east analyst. welcome to the program. first off, has there been progress on the nuclear program in iran? can you fill us in also on what is likely to have been agreed on ? >> i think there has been progress. i believe the american and european statements today, but as it seems their hand was forced by the iranians. it was the foreign minister in tehran who came up with the news , and i think that is quite problematic, to talk about negotiations while they are still going on. >> what about the timing of this? could we soon see something that looks like a deal, something that could at least be signed? >> at least the iranians believe in it. i do not believe in the final agreement right now, after this history of nearly 35 years of hostilities between the america
ABC
Jan 22, 2014 12:00pm EST
by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- noon, the story this latest arctic blast. he winter storm has moved on, but the strong winds, ice, and snow remain. we have team coverage this noon with a look at how weather has affected residents from d.c. to maryland to virginia. >> first, and the bitter cold this morning, a gruesome discovery on a popular sledding hill. anne arundel county police are investigating a body found at the bay hills golf club in arnold. they're calling it a suspicious death. marilyn bureau chief is live on the scene. chiefyland bureau brad is live at the scene. what do you know? >> about 50 yards behind me is where she was found. this is a sledding hill, as you said, and last night, people would describe this as a party atmosphere, people were sledding, snow boarding, people were drinking, it really was a party. take a look over here, this is where it is, it is right next to the townhouse community, a place where neighbors tell us they are not accustomed to think like this. scary because i walked the dog there all the time. by myself. so it is pretty scary to
CSPAN
Jan 31, 2014 10:00am EST
[captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2014] >> good friday morning, some live programming coming up on c-span. president obama set to talk about unemployment benefits from the white house. live coverage starting at about 11:30 eastern. later, it a discussion on u.s. middle eastern policy. you can watch it live here on c-span at noon eastern. been delivering their state of the state addresses. join us tonight for four of th ose. eastern, susanna martinez. illinois democrat pat quinn. nebraska's dave heineman, finishing up with the south dakota republican governor. our program on hillary clinton saturday at 7:00 p.m. eastern on c-span. monday night, our series continues. a car wreck that i wrote about extensively in my book. the whole time i was in the hospital, not injured, i had a cut on my leg and a broken angle. -- broken ankle. i was praying that the other person in the car would be ok. the other person in the car was one of my best friend's. i did not really recognize that at the site of the crash. pr
CSPAN
Jan 18, 2014 6:00am EST
at 9:30 a.m. i want to thank you and the council for holding this event. >> national security writer james bamford will react to president obama's speech. plus we'll be looking for your calls, tweets and e-mails on the issue beginning live at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2014] >> so the situation then is very similar to the credit card industry. so we all have credit cards and then there's the credit card company and then on the other side of that there's the restaurant. it's very useful for ressraunts that we all have credit cards and it's useful for us that all the restaurants will take them. but it's not so useful if the gate keeper says now some of these restaurants we're not going to allow them to participate in the system. translating that to the present, if the internet service provider were to say not all the people who are putting the contents on their computers, we don't want all of them to have access to all of the users, tha
PBS
Jan 23, 2014 3:30am PST
the creation of knowledge based economy as one of the priorities in his address to the nation. today it is necessary to combine efforts of science manufacturing business in innovations to create the basis for new industrial plants. this bill is another tool of state support for the moment of new technologies in our country at the new show in unison and the sawdust been adjusted biggio on the initiative telling you a most splendid the deputies also approved a bill on internal affairs authorities in the second reading the document prohibits a policeman to use weapons without warning. we remind that this proposal creates certain risk for citizens and causes many debates among people official party members submitted a bill on state support for small and medium businesses to the government this was imported by the party leader as i've been a wash of everything in the office sent a communication service according to him legislation in our country is focused mainly on small businesses the actual production begins with a medium sized businesses. the deputy prove it by citing information of t
Al Jazeera America
Jan 27, 2014 1:00pm EST
to take place. however, members of the national congress prepared to continue to wait and consider. the current state of affairs is still going through another number of transitional issues which make our way forward. we should embark on our desire. however, we should be cautious and also, we should not waste our precious time. our time and the time of the people of jeent vo e-who have waste ed one opportunity after another, over the six-decade independence. their giant leap forward plans is huge. diagnosing our current state of affairs thoroughly and honestly, and also identifying the current challenges and problems cannot rb translated or transformed into crippling force yet we should live up to the responsibilities and the challenge, to solve our problems to ourselves and to our dwfort , this negative sentiment has penetrated the minds of our young generation. one of the corner stones of the giant leap forward is to rub off the dust of hesitation or doubt, to take forward a giant leap, wise and prudent, this leap cannot and should not, based on partisan sentiment. the congress b
Bloomberg
Jan 17, 2014 9:30pm EST
the national security agency. i'll be speaking with a former n.s.a. director and form general who has been critical of the obama administration and its review of the intelligence gathering community. he will be joined by peter, the former chairman of the house intelligence community. this week they joined together to write a letter to the white house. we will have all of that and more over the next hour. headlines from my radio co-host. >> morgan stanley stock rose the most in almost six months, this after the bank reported a profit that beat estimates. the company is seeing a gain in equity trading revenue. in the meantime, general electric saw its stock fall the most in almost seven months. the company failed to deliver a profit margin forecast that the c.e.o. had been repeating for more than a year. g.e. did report first-quarter adjusted earnings that rose 16% to 5.42 billion. that matched estimates. and telling shareholders to reject a $1.61 billion takeover proposal for men's warehouse. the bank says it undervalues the company. those are some of your top headlines over the hour. back
Al Jazeera America
Jan 17, 2014 5:00pm EST
for the foreign intelligence surveillance court which currently issues warrants in national security cases out of public view. >> to ensure that the court hear a broader range of privacy prospectives, i am calling on congress to authorize the establishment of a panel of advocates from outside government to provide an independent voice in significant cases before the foreign intelligence surveillance court. >> the government also obtains information about possible suspects by leveraging internet companies with national security letters. the president called for more transparency in the process and time limits but stopped short of calling for court approval for national security letters as recommended by the nsa review group. >> some who participated in our review as well as some members of congress would like to see more sweeping reforms to the use of national security letters. so we have to go to a judge each time before issuing these requests. here, i have concerns that we should not set a stead for terrorism investigations that is higher than those involved in investigating an ordinary crime
CSPAN
Jan 10, 2014 12:00pm EST
, we've rejected the twin ideological poles and navigated towards common ground that make the nation's best state even better. so looking at the last four years, i think something very important, if not remarkable, has happen. and that is virginia's state government has worked, and worked well. [applause] >> when i campaigned for this office i got our message down to about three worked on a bumper sticker. bobs for jobs. what can i say, my mom and dad gave me a great name for politics. it wasn't just a slogan. it was why i ran. it is what i wanted to do with your help. that's where a chief priority has been pretty simple. that is to put in place policies that are necessary to help our great virginia free enterprise system create good jobs and opportunities for our people, and then basically get out of the way. so while there is so much that government should not do, there are those very limited but important areas where government must act to help individuals prosper and help the free market to grow. the wisdom of our founders and the lessons of history to find the correct rules. ine
CSPAN
Jan 11, 2014 10:00am EST
was sitting first lady to address the united nations and the first to address a nation in a joint appearance with the president. >> for my young friends, life can be great. not if you cannot see it. open your eyes to life. see it in the favorites coverage -- visit colors that god gave us as a precious gift to his children. enjoy life and make it count. say yes to your life. when it comes to drugs and alcohol, just say no. >> first lady nancy reagan as our original series "first ladies" returns monday night at 9:00. on c-span and c-span 3. also on c-span radio and c-span.org. >> next, the army chief of staff is at the national press club. he recently spoke about the u.s. army's future. he covered a range of topics including budget cuts, sexual assaults in the military, and the u.s. role in afghanistan. he also talked about the situation in iraq, regarding al qaeda's influence in the region. what it could mean for u.s. combat troops. >> good afternoon and welcome to the national press club. i am a reporter for bloomberg news and the president of the national press club. we are the world leadin
PBS
Jan 24, 2014 3:30am PST
china that and to model cars extends also to multi national and multi ethnic country forty percent of our populations come from africa for percent come from india and the rest are from many other countries in this regard we consider our country as a kind of example the united nations in the caribbean and u n u turn our unifying element in cooperated education inviting students as los to share our many years of experience in the oil industry. loxton intends to enter the global geological market an address to the people of kazakhstan president of salt in the semis noted that the geological industry should attract iestments from foreigner engineering companies. this can be achieved when legislation is simplified the president also stressed that it is essential to improve the efficiency of traditional mining sectors this is the nation's competitive advantage he said today time demands new approaches to management production and processing or hydrocarbons cover topics that has to keep its export potential in oil and gas sector the country's past to finally decide on possible scenarios f
LINKTV
Jan 20, 2014 8:00am PST
and of irony can save him when he hears the most powerful nation of the world speaking of aggression as it drops thousands of bombs on a poor, weak nation more than 8,000 miles away from its shores. at this point, i should make it clear that while i have tried in these last few minutes to give a voice to the voiceless in vietnam and to understand the arguments of those who are called "enemy," i am as deeply concerned about our own troops there as anything else, for it occurs to me that what we are submitting them to in vietnam is not simply the brutalizing process that goes on in any war where armies face each other and seek to destroy. we are adding cynicism to the process of death, for they must know after the short period there that none of the things we claim to be fighting for are really involved. before long, they must know that their government has sent them into a struggle among vietnamese, and the more sophisticated surely realize that we are on the side of the wealthy and the secure, while we create a hell for the poor. somehow this madness must cease. we must
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